A New Zealand company has launched what has been described as a giant disco ball into space and it will become the brightest object in the night sky for the nine months it's expected to remain in orbit.
Should there be some international policing of what is sent into space?
So this bright light might be visible, shooting across the sky perhaps for a few minutes, maybe twice during the hours of darkness, when most people will be tucked up in bed, that is, if it's not too cloudy.
As long as he still owns the company Mr Musks personal Tesla is NEVER out of warranty, even if floating through the asteroid belt. Admittedly there are a few issues getting a mechanic to the car in order to carry out any necessary remedial work but I'm sure he's working on that.